Cabbage Soup

Cabbage Soup

I can't believe I haven't posted this recipe before! Cabbage Soup or "Cabbage Patch Stew" as we call it around my circle of friends, is a super-huge hit and the recipe is requested anytime I make it. So foolproof, it's almost not a recipe. You pretty much just dump in...

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Chocolate Cake Doughnuts

WARNING: These Chocolate Cake Doughnuts are addicting. Side effects include but are not limited to; the inability to eat just one; the urge to constantly make (and eat) them; eating them as a pre-dessert; eating them before the meal or eating them for no reason at...

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Oven Roasted Swiss Steak

Slow roasted tomatoes, flavorful sauce, fork tender steak... Just a few words to describe this recipe for this Oven Roasted Swiss Steak recipe. And if those words don't grab you, how about this... One.Pot.Dish. Start with cubed beef steak, this was the base of...

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Overnight Oatmeal

Oatmeal, porridge, grits, gruel (really? would you eat anything called 'gruel'?). You know... hot cereal. For all the names we give it, there are probaby hundreds of recipes for this cup of oats. I've tried different combinations myself. Steel cut oats; oats with...

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Blueberry Lemon Chia Doughnuts

Don't these baked doughnuts look tasty? Yes?.. well they are. Do they look to you like they're vegan? No?... well they are! Doughnuts that are tasty and healthy (well, relatively so)? Yes, it's true. If you're skeptical that these aren't going to fool anybody, or...

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Upside Down Potato and Onion Tart

You know how the old saying goes that "presentation is everything"? Well, when it comes to presenting a meal, I wouldn't say that looks are EVERYTHING... but this is one beautiful way to present a potato side dish to those you love and want to impress. And how it...

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Layered Salad

This beautiful layered salad will receive oohs and aahs at any potluck and it's no wonder. The secret to success here is color, color and more color! Okay, there is one other critical factor, and that's the simple, fresh salad dressing, but I'll get to that in a...

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Jalapeno Deviled Eggs

Deviled egg recipes come in so many varieties these days, it seems like no one is just making the classic. These Jalapeno Deviled Eggs are a nice fresh take on classic eggs though. Not too far from the original, the combination of fresh and pickled jalapenos adds a...

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Perfect Hard Boiled Eggs and THE Secret to Easily Peeled Shells

The perfect hard boiled egg - Simple. And easy, really. But the perfectly peeled, smooth egg that is critical to tasty Deviled Eggs? That's another story. Let me start with the end and work back. Getting that peel that just sort of "pops off" after that first crack of...

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Rosemary Scones with Strawberry Preserves

I initially thought this recipe for Rosemary Scones would be perfect for girlfriends. Lunch, brunch or just a pick-me-up gift. Yes, I thought they were just for girlfriends. Then my 10-year old son comes home from school and loves them, asking for seconds. Then...

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Baked Black Bean Burgers with Quinoa

I looooove a good burger! How do you beat a good flavorful, juicy burger? You don't. And these black bean quinoa burgers made with healthy peppers are full of great flavor, and deliciously moist. I have been hard at it trying to find a good vegetarian baked black...

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Cajun Spiced Chicken Wings

These Cajun spiced chicken wings came to be at Super Bowl XLVII. My family loves Buffalo Wings, but sometimes I miss the mark. Our favorite wings are from Squatters Brew Pub and I have yet to capture their wipe-sweat-from-your-brow-but-keep-eating perfect medley of...

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Cajun Spice Rub Recipe

I  used to shy away from foods spiced "Cajun". I once bought a pre-packaged Cajun spice mix and it was very smokey, as in bottled liquid smoke-smokey. And overly salty. From then on, that is what I thought was classic Cajun. Years later, and fresh out of my break-up...

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Brown Butter Snickerdoodles

Oh. My. Word! These are the ones... THE cookies! Brown Butter Snickerdoodles are so delightful, you MIGHT not want to make them. Because you will eat them. All. Snickerdoodle cookies from my childhood were super big, crinkly and so-oft. I've tried many cookies since...

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Baked Kale Chips

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Prune Cake with Buttermilk Glaze

Yes, Prune Cake! This cake is moist, delicious and easy; something I've been wanting to make for awhile. How can you go wrong with the perfect combination of nutmeg, allspice and cinnamon? The cake looks so unassuming, but the flavor is melt-in-your-mouth delicious....

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Ginger Pear Upside Down Cake with Lime Zest

I discovered this gem while searching for a healthy dessert cake. Ginger Pear Upside Down Cake with Lime Zest, this recipe uses a small amount of light olive oil (rather than butter or large amounts of vegetable oil); the buttermilk and cake flour help give it a...

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Garlic Shrimp

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Quinoa Pilaf with Walnuts and Dried Cherries

This is my favorite way to make quinoa (pronounced keen-wah), a great substitute for rice and better for you! Not a grain, it is actually the seed of a plant related to Swiss chard, full of protein, potassium, magnesium and iron. The black pepper and ground thyme star...

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Food Blog Debut – Welcome to Good Dinner Mom

Hello and welcome to Good Dinner Mom. My name is Sally and I really, REALLY love to be in the kitchen! Making fresh, unique dishes is my way of showing love for my family and friends. A few years ago, my husband and I started to search for ways to incorporate more...

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